Know your Role - AD Carry with Doublelift LCS Week 3
Doublelift talks about AD carries not existing in the future, double bruisers is the best, and Blade of the Runed King is OP.
Problem with DL is that he says something is garbage, but he isn't able to articulate why, or he'll stick to one concrete reason and not address other parts of the equation.
You saw Travis trying to counter, but DL will just say I dunno..
He doesn't understand why Riot buffs BotRK... Riot buffs it BECAUSE ITS ANTI HP STACKING ITEM and HP stacking is OP right now. Riot has to buff it because Taking out tanks is AD carry role and they can't do it with current state of items. People are too stupid to realize that BotRK counters HP until Riot wont make it incredibly overpowered and then after people start whining how op it is they'll nerf it. This is how Riot is forced to manage their stupid community. The only other way would be making Giants Belt and Warmogs useless (and that is a bad idea.).
Doublelift isn't even any good, i don't know why people take his opinion so seriously. CLG.na is a worthless team on the global scale, they aren't even top 3 NA anymore.
Too many sheep listening to a washed up LoL player on a bad NA team.
Good to see a player who just tells it how it is, lol. Can you imagine if NFL athletes were like, "This rule is garbage! Refs suck! The Commissioner's broken!" Oh wait...
@Detriiment lololol troll. go watch ipl5, best lol tournament in history with all the top teams in the world. He wrecked faces.
@pao126 Because we watch it?
@Neo_Sarevok no the problem is that in nfl the game doesnt change every 2 weeks, everything stays the same. in lol the game changes every patch they make thus speaking up your mind is more understandable
@Neo_Sarevok I think that's why I love the LoL scene -- everyone just speaks their damn mind. :)
@modreta @Neo_Sarevok They make revisions to the rules every year in the NFL. And the players do speak their minds via the players' union. The public just doesn't get to hear that stuff because it's done behind closed doors, unlike in the video game community where everything is posted on the internet.